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European Neuropsychopharmacology, ISSN 0924-977X, 2019, Volume 29, pp. S760 - S761
Genetic and other studies over the past decades have made it clear that it may be productive for both the diagnosis and treatment of depression if disease... 
PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | PSYCHIATRY | NEUROSCIENCES | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Usage | Depression, Mental | Exercise
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European Neuropsychopharmacology, ISSN 0924-977X, 2017, Volume 27, pp. S431 - S432
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The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 12/2014, Volume 371, Issue 26, pp. 2477 - 2487
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2016, Volume 536, Issue 7616, pp. 285 - 291
Large-scale reference data sets of human genetic variation are critical for the medical and functional interpretation of DNA sequence changes. Here we describe... 
HUMAN-DISEASE | EVOLUTION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | MUTATION | GUIDELINES | FRAMEWORK | SEQUENCE VARIANTS | NETWORKS | DISCOVERY | HUMAN-POPULATION HISTORY | Genetic aspects | Research | Man | Human beings | Genetic variation | Analysis | Datasets | Proteins | Disease | Genes | Principal components analysis | Genetics | Genomes | Data bases | Index Medicus
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2014, Volume 506, Issue 7487, pp. 179 - 184
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2014, Volume 506, Issue 7487, pp. 185 - 190
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Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 10/2016, Volume 48, Issue 10, pp. 1107 - 1111
Copy number variation (CNV) affecting protein-coding genes contributes substantially to human diversity and disease. Here we characterized the rates and... 
Genetic Predisposition to Disease | Gene Frequency | Humans | Databases, Genetic | Male | DNA Copy Number Variations | Exome | Schizophrenia - genetics | Adult | Female | Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide | Genome, Human | Child | Proteins | Studies | Datasets | Genes | Genomics | Quality | Genomes | Mutation | Arrays | Estimates | Methods | Index Medicus
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by Ripke, Stephan and Neale, Benjamin M and Corvin, Aiden and Walters, James T. R and Farh, Kai-How and Holmans, Peter A and Lee, Phil and Bulik-Sullivan, Brendan and Collier, David A and Huang, Hailiang and Pers, Tune H and Agartz, Ingrid and Agerbo, Esben and Albus, Margot and Alexander, Madeline and Amin, Farooq and Bacanu, Silviu A and Begemann, Martin and Belliveau, Richard A and Bene, Judit and Bergen, Sarah E and Bevilacqua, Elizabeth and Bigdeli, Tim B and Black, Donald W and Bruggeman, Richard and Buccola, Nancy G and Buckner, Randy L and Byerley, William and Cahn, Wiepke and Cai, Guiqing and Campion, Dominique and Cantor, Rita M and Carr, Vaughan J and Carrera, Noa and Catts, Stanley V and Chambert, Kimberly D and Chan, Raymond C. K and Chen, Ronald Y. L and Chen, Eric Y. H and Cheng, Wei and Cheung, Eric F. C and Chong, Siow Ann and Cloninger, C. Robert and Cohen, David and Cohen, Nadine and Cormican, Paul and Craddock, Nick and Crowley, James J and Curtis, David and Davidson, Michael and Davis, Kenneth L and Degenhardt, Franziska and del Favero, Jurgen and Demontis, Ditte and Dikeos, Dimitris and Dinan, Timothy and Djurovic, Srdjan and Donohoe, Gary and peau, Elodie and Duan, Jubao and Dudbridge, Frank and Durmishi, Naser and Eichhammer, Peter and Eriksson, Johan and Escott-Price, Valentina and Essioux, Laurent and Fanous, Ayman H and Farrell, Martilias S and Frank, Josef and Franke, Lude and Freedman, Robert and Freimer, Nelson B and Friedl, Marion and Friedman, Joseph I and Fromer, Menachem and Genovese, Giulio and Georgieva, Lyudmila and Giegling, Ina and Giusti-Roíguez, Paola and Godard, Stephanie and Goldstein, Jacqueline I and Golimbet, Vera and Gopal, Srihari and Gratten, Jacob and de Haan, Lieuwe and Hammer, Christian and Hamshere, Marian L and Hansen, Mark and Hansen, Thomas and Haroutunian, Vahram and Hartmann, Annette M and Henskens, Frans A and Herms, Stefan and Hirschhorn, Joel N and Hoffmann, Per and Hofman, Anea and Hollegaard, Mads V and Hougaard, David M and Ikeda, Masashi and Joa, Inge and ... and Psychiat Genomics Consortium and Wellcome Trust Case-Control Consor and Psychosis Endophenotypes Int Conso and Schizophrenia Working Group of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium and Medicinska fakulteten and Institutionen för klinisk vetenskap and Psykiatri and Umeå universitet
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2014, Volume 511, Issue 7510, pp. 421 - 427
Schizophrenia is a highly heritable disorder. Genetic risk is conferred by a large number of alleles, including common alleles of small effect that might be... 
COMMON VARIANTS | MUTATIONS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | CONFERRING RISK | GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION | Schizophrenia | Genetic research | Research | Health aspects | Analysis | Studies | Confidence intervals | Hypotheses | Genealogy | Sample size | Genomics | Genetics | Trends | Index Medicus | Clinical Medicine | Psykiatri | Medical and Health Sciences | Klinisk medicin | Medicin och hälsovetenskap | Psychiatry
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by Neale, Benjamin M and Neale, Benjamin M and Kou, Yan and Samocha, Kaitlin E and Liu, Li and Lim, Elaine and Ma'Ayan, Avi and Rossin, Elizabeth and Samocha, Kaitlin E and Kirby, Andrew and Fromer, Menachem and Sabo, Aniko and Lin, Chiao-Feng and Daly, Mark J and Stevens, Christine and Rossin, Elizabeth and Kirby, Andrew and Wang, Li-San and Makarov, Vladimir and Flannick, Jason and Polak, Paz and Fromer, Menachem and Shakir, Khalid and Yoon, Seungtai and Maguire, Jared and Fennell, Tim and Garimella, Kiran and Crawford, Emily L and Banks, Eric and Campbell, Nicholas G and Poplin, Ryan and Geller, Evan T and Valladares, Otto and Gabriel, Stacey and Schafer, Chad and De Pristo, Mark and Sunyaev, Shamil and Liu, Han and Daly, Mark J and Zhao, Tuo and Cai, Guiqing and Lihm, Jayon and Dannenfelser, Ruth and Jabado, Omar and Peralta, Zuleyma and Nagaswamy, Uma and Muzny, Donna and Reid, Jeffrey G and Newsham, Irene and Wu, Yuanqing and Lewis, Lora and Han, Yi and Voight, Benjamin F and Lim, Elaine and Rossin, Elizabeth and Kirby, Andrew and Flannick, Jason and Fromer, Menachem and Shakir, Khalid and Fennell, Tim and Garimella, Kiran and Banks, Eric and Poplin, Ryan and Gabriel, Stacey and Depristo, Mark and Wimbish, Jack R and Boone, Braden E and Levy, Shawn E and Betancur, Catalina and Sunyaev, Shamil and Boerwinkle, Eric and Buxbaum, Joseph D and Cook Jr, Edwin H and Devlin, Bernie and Gibbs, Richard A and Roeder, Kathryn and Schellenberg, Gerard D and Sutcliffe, James S and Daly, Mark J
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 05/2012, Volume 484, Issue 7397, pp. 242 - 246
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